The Breaking Point

The Breaking Point

Do you sense the tension, the closeness of something very big? Very large complex systems do not always reach a point of total collapse. Instead, they may simply break apart in completely unpredictable ways. Is our world system possibly near such a breaking point? How can we tell? What happens when a world system breaks?

The World Is Getting Greatly Reset, But Not As Planned

The World Is Getting Greatly Reset, But Not As Planned

I keep reading that “we” must fix things, whoever “we” may be. And what “things”? Why, everything of course, since pretty much everything clearly needs fixing. Well, at least the globalists led by the Klaus Schwab’s WEF (The Great Reset) are on the job to fix everything. They are making great progress, it seems. But things are not working out quite as planned.

Decentralization and Diversity: Keys to Survival

Decentralization and Diversity: Keys to Survival

We have today tremendous forces at work driving us toward centralized control, one world government, and perhaps even totalitarianism. These will inevitably collapse, but not before causing great pain and suffering – as always. What can we do to survive? Decentralization and diversity are the keys. To succeed, both are essential. How might this work in practice?

Can We Survive In Our Super-Fragile World?

Can We Survive In Our Super-Fragile World?

Fragile means easily damaged or broken. Like our world today. Why should this be so? Our world, physically at least, looks pretty sturdy and robust. The problem here is how we define our “world”. Our world in reality consists of a huge number of semi-autonomous complex systems that are deeply interconnected and interdependent – and inherently fragile. Is our world truly survivable?

Do We Have ‘Creative Destruction’, or Just Plain ‘Destruction’?

Do We Have ‘Creative Destruction’, or Just Plain ‘Destruction’?

There definitely seems to be a lot of destruction going on today – in nearly everything and everywhere. Doom and gloom pervades. Is this widely beneficial ‘creative destruction’, or just destruction done in order to acquire power and gains for just a very few? Or something else? The answer I found is far from obvious, and may surprise you.